In a remarkable achievement for Shrewsbury Colleges Group, six talented students have secured medals at two prestigious competitions – the World Skills competition and the Skillbuild competition.

The college is proud to announce that four students emerged victorious at the WorldSkills competition, while two secured first and second at the Skillbuild competition.

At the WorldSkills competition, Eve Redden, Kieran Rowley, Joshua Wynne, and Kian Beasley (pictured below) showcased their exceptional skills and dedication, earning gold and silver medals in the Manufacturing Team Challenge category. The rigorous competition brought together the best young talents from around the country, making their success a testament to both their individual prowess and the quality of education provided both at Shrewsbury Colleges Group and Ricoh, to whom they are apprenticed.


Additionally, Joe Shingler and Kyle Blower (lead image) demonstrated their expertise at the Skillbuild competition, securing the gold and silver medals respectively. Skillbuild, known for its focus on craftsmanship and vocational skills, was a brilliant stage for these two hardworking students to shine and prove their excellence with this outstanding achievement.

Shrewsbury Colleges Group's commitment to fostering a conducive learning environment, coupled with the dedication and hard work of these students, lead to unprecedented success at these competitions. The achievement of these six students is a reflection of the college's emphasis on practical skills, innovation, and excellence.

James Staniforth, Principal and CEO at Shrewsbury Colleges Group, expressed immense pride in the students' accomplishments, stating:

"We are thrilled to see our students achieving such remarkable success on a national stage. Their achievements highlight not only their talent but also the effectiveness of our programs in preparing students for real-world challenges."

The college extends its congratulations to all participants for their outstanding performance and wishes them continued success in their future endeavours.

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